​Nipsey Hussle Memorial Breaks Out in Chaos Leaving at Least 19 Injured

Police have also now identified a suspect in the rapper's murder
​Nipsey Hussle Memorial Breaks Out in Chaos Leaving at Least 19 Injured
Following the tragic news of Nipsey Hussle's death, hundreds of mourners gathered in front of the Los Angeles rapper's Marathon Clothing storefront to pay their respects last night (April 1), but unfortunately, more violence broke out at the scene. Police, however, have now identified a suspect in connection to the rapper's murder.

The LAPD has announced that 29-year-old Eric Holder is wanted by police. According to investigators, Holder walked up to Hussle and two other men in the parking lot of the rapper's Marathon Clothing store in Los Angeles and fired numerous shots. They then fled in a vehicle driven by an unidentified woman.

Police are now asking for help in locating Holder, who was last seen in a white 2016 Chevy Cruze with the California licence plate 7RJD742. You can see a photo of the suspect below.
 
According to the NBC, at least 19 people were injured at the memorial and taken to hospital when mourners tried to flee the scene. Two were reported to be in critical condition, including one who had been struck by a vehicle. Two other people were reported to be in serious condition, while another was stabbed. 

Loud noises were heard, prompting many of those gathered to evacuate the area, though it's unclear what caused the commotion. Los Angeles police have since ruled initial reports of gunshots to be inaccurate.
 
 
Majority of the injuries, however, were less severe, with official treating a variety of trample-related injuries.
 
As previously reported, Hussle was shot dead in front of his store on Sunday (March 31). He was 33.

This story was last updated on April 2 at 12 p.m. EDT.